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Right now – someplace, somewhere, women owned businesses are popping up in the nation, creating jobs not only for those women but for millions of other Americans, too. A trend experts say is necessary to boost a wobbly economy. Up until the 1970’s a woman’s place was largely thought to be in the home rearing [...]

 

Financial predators are everywhere… and may even be in our homes. Jon and Terri spent over $100,000 in legal costs to undo what her mother’s boyfriend Billy had done – an attempt to scam her mom out of her life’s savings. In 2011, Terri’s mother Jean was on her way to a dance class when [...]

 

When we hear of a coupon clipper, most of our minds instinctively gravitate towards poor, low income or elderly – not to a city where the average household income is over $75,000.  And, when we hear of San Francisco, the natural connection is with an expensive city, high standard of living and the iconic Golden [...]

 

Each year over a million college students strut across the stage – donning their cap and gown, diploma and more often than not student loan debt averaging $27,253. But according to a study by Arkansas State University, they often lack one skill – financial education. With graduation season upon us, while you may be thinking [...]

 

Whether you’re investing in stocks and bonds, mutual funds or planning for retirement, it’s always a good idea to enlist the help of a financial advisor. There is no question that advance planning for anything, in general, can be daunting. And when it comes to planning how you will live the rest of your life [...]